[LAU] JACK transport in WINE Midi App

N. Gey ilfhi at gmx.de
Wed Aug 8 11:47:03 EDT 2007

Hi dp and others,

the NWC programmers are not many. They fixed the bugs, so that NWC (and the public beta NWC2 I'm in) can run in WINE fine. So there is some sense of linux, but they will never make a linux build because NWC deeply relys on Windows. But I have made a post in the beta forum, maybe they will have a look on jack.

NWC is my midi sequencer of choice, even if I'm running Ubuntustudio. The way of entering the notes without break from left to right and without programm-side bar-limitation is very good, also the way you can use the (pc-)keyboard all the way like in in a writing-programm. Sadly there is no linux-app like this. 


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
Datum: Wed, 08 Aug 2007 06:46:44 -0400
Von: Dave Phillips <dlphillips at woh.rr.com>
An: A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org>
Betreff: Re: [LAU] JACK transport in WINE Midi App

> N. Gey wrote:
> >Short question:
> >
> >Is it possible to get a WINE programm, like the Noteworthy Composer
> (http://www.noteworthysoftware.com/) to get in sync with Linux apps like Ardour?
> >
> >And, if not, what would the developers (proprietary software) need to do
> that under WINE conditions a JACK-Sync is avaible?
> >
> Hi Nils,
> I just tested NWC under Wine 0.9.9 (JAD distro), it worked very nicely. 
> However, I see no indication that the app currently allows any kind of 
> sync, MIDI or otherwise. So I think the programmer's first step would be 
> to add something like basic MIDI syncronization. One of the Jack devels 
> can tell us, but perhaps the upcoming JackMIDI would then be able to 
> sync the transport ? I'm just guessing, don't really know.
> NWC is a nice app, thanks for the tip. :)
> Best,
> dp
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